University of New Mexico’s IP Arm Files a Second Case over Patents Developed by ITRI, This Time Suing Apple

July 20, 2019

Its first case in this campaign delayed by service on TP-Link through the Hague Convention, STC.UNM, the intellectual property enforcement arm for the Board of Regents of the University of New Mexico (UNM), has added a second case, this one against Apple (6:19-cv-00428). The same three data transmission patents, acquired from Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI), are at issue, with infringement allegations trained on a long list of products “adapted to operate in and with wireless telecommunications networks that at least comply with the requirements of the IEEE 802.11ac wireless networking standard”, including certain iPhones (from iPhone 6 onward), iPads, iPod Touches, MacBooks, iMacs, Mac Pros, and Mac Minis, as well as Apple TV and Apple TV 4K.

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